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FLIC

Functional Language Intermediate Code.

An intermediate language used in the Chalmers LML compiler.

["FLIC - A Functional Language Intermediate Code", S. Peyton Jones <simonpj@dcs.gla.ac.uk> et al, RR 148, U Warwick, Sep 1989].
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Similar to Schnur, legal scholar William Eskridge (1997) viewed the actions of FLIC as a microcosm of a larger phenomenon but did so through the eyes of the law.
After an overview of the political climate of Florida that led to the creation of FLIC, we focus on the actions of FLIC in the wake of Brown v.
SB 38 passed both legislative houses, and FLIC was formed in August 1956.
FLIC first began a probe of civil rights activists in Tallahassee.
The media was told that FLIC was investigating Dade County school desegregation lawsuits (Weitz 2007).
Johns would soon need to justify four years of expenditures and failed attempts to curtail the activities of the NAACP, and he knew FLIC needed a new round of appropriations to continue to operate.
Though FLIC won the victory for a second appropriation, it had become clear that the Committee had not halted the school desegregation process.
After failed attempts to weaken the NAACP, FLIC decided to formulate an investigation that would produce results.
In 1956, FLIC formed an advisory group of psychologists, physicians, and educators to study homosexuality (Weitz 2007).
Just before the arrival of FLIC on the USF campus, President John Allen dealt with multiple protests by parents of university students because Jerome Davis, a controversial political scientist, had been invited to speak to a class.
In November 1961, Johns notified Allen that FLIC would hold public hearings to "gather evidence in regards to policies .
Faculty would be allowed legal representation; all interrogations would be made on campus, tape recorded, and a recording provided to the accused; and all information gathered during interrogation would only be released to the media with permission of both FLIC and the USF administration ("AAUP Position," JA Papers, box 3, folder 15).